In a announcement today, Facebook unveiled a facility for users to add JPEG or JPG images to their comments. Facebook has done so by introducing some tweaks to its website. This tweak will not only help you in communicating in a better way but also add fun quotient to commenting.
Those who love replying using memes and images are in for a treat with Facebook’s latest tweak. By using the camera icon in the comment’s panel you can upload an image to the comments section of a status update, Facebook share or any other activity.
You can click on the image in the comment to view a larger version of it in the photo viewer but you cannot comment on it. Pages have not been given this feature just yet, you will only be able to comment on your friends’ status messages or group posts. As of now GIFs are not supported in the upload image to comments tweak. Users will also not be able to use this feature on the mobile web, iOS and Android Apps as of now but both GIFs and mobile support should come slowly know Facebook.
Android and iOS users can however view the images posted in comments by PC users.They can, however, view the image replies.
You can log in to your Facebook page from your PC and check out this feature. If for some reason you can’t see the camera icon, don’t worry, Facebook has said that the tweak is being rolled out slowly and steadily to all users.